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i. more unrest is expected in crisis tony with a new draft constitution on the way and phase it will reflect on is now a missed vision of the nation's future. a vote on upgrading the palestinians un status is expected to go in favor of the autonomy despite staunch resistance from israel and the u.s. . and germany's political opposition lashes out at the country's leaders for lying about the true cost of the greek rescue was the german parliament is set to vote on the latest aid package for the struggling you. are welcome you watching our take live from moscow now and
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a further escalation of the crisis in egypt opposition activists are plying are planning more mass rallies against president morsi has decree that greatly enlarged his power tens of thousands of egyptians are now calling for these alarmist leader to stand down under pressure from protest lawmakers have vowed to finish drafting the country's new constitution on thursday but the move is only likely to spark more unrest as judas bell true reports from cairo. when this constitution is drafted and goes through referendum president morsi wrote in his controversial constitution that duration of his extra powers he says soon will and to this is off the referendum however the real issue the heart of this debate is the constitution itself and the way that it's being drafted the opposition forces really see the constituent assembly as an illegitimate body because at least a quarter of its members have staged a walkout including key representatives from the church and liberal leftist forces
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for example so this constitution they really see has been drafted by president morsy supporters members of the muslim brotherhood and the other is the most groups still backed in the constituent assembly so i'm afraid this document will do nothing really into crease the anger of the opposition forces who at the moment are staging an ongoing sit in in tahrir square we have a protest call today by opposition and pro morsy supporters which if we if they meet we expect to see quite a lot of clashes on the streets this is also already been very violent we've seen the death of at least one protester in these clashes between rival protest the protests the fifteen year old boy died of a nile delta a few days ago and actually as we speak right now clashes continue between protesters and police which is entering its tenth day with really excessive use of force by the police i myself have been in these clashes since the beginning of the week and we've been using a lot of tear gas which rights groups have been condemning the tickets itself is
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very very strong on the air in downtown and really as things even if you approach the front lines and that you really can't leave all to really expect more clashes on the streets of egypt. the u.s. embassy in cairo says it has to shut down because of clashes ne it's gate americans have also been warned to stay away from the area blogger and journalist skandhas says there's a growing feeling in egypt that there's a long way to go to real democracy. the fact of the matter is that everything is going in the opposite direction of what the revolution is cause for the constituent assembly itself is a reflection of how unwilling to share power the muslim brotherhood are along with mohamed morsi. he says that he will give back powers as soon as a parliament is elected but he is not allowing you gyptian to share in writing the constitution so this to me seems like a false promise about giving back power because the one thing he can do is allow
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dipshits to write their own constitution and share power and he's not doing that the judiciary have been a tool for them and barak regime but if we come to think of it when people protested they were protesting police brutality and we see that morsi is giving promises to the police that they will act with impunity and does not want to bring anyone to justice for the crimes they've done we are asking what will be anger over more seize power grab ultimately lead to head to r.t. dot com and have your say right now. palestinians are eagerly anticipating thursday's u.n. vote that could lead to the territory being granted statehood the autonomy he's hoping to be upgraded from observer status to that of a nonmember observer state and there appears to be international support for the proposal despite strong opposition from israel and the united states activist in filmmaker harry fear is in. the end of the day we have in here in the middle east
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we have an israeli state and then we have a normal palestinian state or simply palestinian territories the palestinian people do not have rights like israelis do as a result of the status of the national entity and so this is a bid by mahmoud abbas to upgrade the status of the palestinian territories. to try and move towards a recognition of the palestinian territories palestine and hair in garza this has a lot of the. significance because the palestinian territories geographically noncontiguous we have the west bank and gaza in the west bank particular associated with the power of mahmoud abbas and here in gaza particular associated with the power of hamas now recently of course we've had the two thousand and twelve gaza war seven eight day war with the state of israel and palestinian resistance groups including the resistance wing of hamas as part of the brigades used force against the state of israel in that armed conflict that is starkly different in terms of
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positioning with the state of israel in terms of engaging with the state of israel in comparison to mahmoud abbas who is seen in the western world as much more moderate in comparison to harass presenting a more hardline position including armed resistance against the state of israel so what we have here is a palestinian political dynamic as well if the western world and indeed the u.n. does not support this increased status for the palestinian people then what will almost certainly happen will be that mahmoud abbas is seen as even weaker a palestinian national representative and hamas will be further strengthened to the dismay of israel and the united states where washington for its part has been trying to persuade nothing would a bus to drop his un bid earlier we talked to imad mad president of the minaret of freedom institute who explained why it's so important for the u.s. that the palestinian state remains unrecognized. in my view washington is simply
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reflecting the position of israel or washington as far as american interests are concerned there is no real american interest per se national interest that is served by denying the recognition to the palestinians however there is a domestic political issue and that is that many of the members of congress believe that in less they stand by israel in its opposition to the recognition of the palestinian state at this time that they themselves would lose their seats so this is a matter of a domestic domestic politics for the united states rather than a question of foreign policy. the latest greek rescue deal has been hailed as a breakthrough in brussels but now it's time for the green it's a pass through national parliaments in germany there's a growing chorus of frustration among lawmakers about the deal which is estimated to cost berlin hundreds of millions of euros artie's peter oliver now reports the opposition members of the social democrat party have merkel and her center right
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coalition that's the start is not merely a rubber stamping service and if they want to push through this latest package they're going to have to prove to m.p.'s that it's in the best interest of germany what this latest package contains is a bone buyback scheme low interest rates on the debts that greece has as well as the hunting over of profit from. what they say in chile means though is that for twenty thirteen germany is set to lose around seven hundred thirty million euros due to implementing these latest measures all of that of course not making great reading for chancellor merkel she said time and time again that the german taxpayer would not be hit financially by germany giving help to greece now they have to admit that that is going to happen and this is all happening on the basis that greece can pay some of it back by twenty sixteen where it should be back on its
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feet almost considering the current state of the greek economy that's a mistake statement to make the opposition i mentioned the social democrats they're saying that any debate on debt restructuring for greece will have to wait until after the general election takes place here in germany so with the shadow of the election starting to come into view and merkel essentially being politically embarrassed by having to go back on a promise she's made it's all stern to be a very interesting debate when german politicians discuss the latest financial aid package for greece. i see her a bit exposed damaging economies all the way from africa to. congo surround sound to a bank in goma they're looting the bank a un source said later another un source denied that there had been money in the bags insisting they were full of being
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a lot of the central banks are collateralized by beings that's similar to the bank of england mark carney is going to be arriving to the bank of england in a few short months and he'll find that in the vaults bags. and some of boris johnson's wigs but other than that there's nothing to collateralize his bank so yes of course you've got incredible similarities central banks are being looted the rebels whether they're in africa or in england. the motive is the same. and we will be back with more international news in just a few months. looking at some talks you simply do not believe they come speak and goodness how they can
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wrong oh. it's an international sled dog race with those driving the dogs. coming from as far away as a strand in canada and the us they come to russia and everybody is so very friendly they welcomed me with open arms and the scenery is so beautiful it's very much like a laska and so i felt at home the first ladoke was brought here from australia and now must come to this remote russian village to take part in the race it's not surprising they love it this trail ira mazie. but even more amazing is the story of how racing first started here at all it wasn't the tough mushers of sled dog racing who set the trail ablaze but a nun and for all friends who brought their idea to life. five years ago about built a dog kennel in the village kids from the local open age came around to take care
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of the dogs and one day they state their life might seem extreme to some the boys wake up at six to feed to the dogs before school in the evening they spend up to three hours training that full legged friends but smaller purse cable also encourages her kids to become depth hands on the computer and internet the boys who regularly update their website and they're in touch with the busy ma the twenty four seven on the phone itself. but children are the most important thing my own interests not play any rule any more and regardless of whether parsky has huskies win the race or not she hopes the competition will take place in the village next year. but called these dogs and the children it really is not the winning but actually just the taking part that counts.
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you know sometimes you see a story and it seems so you think you understand it and then you jump something else you hear or see some other part of it and realize everything you thought you knew you don't know i'm sorry for the big picture.
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welcome back you're watching r.t. now the syrian opposition based within the country is accusing to allowing foreign mercenaries access through its territory into syria to cause more violence the group also warned western and arab states against meddling in syrian affairs by backing certain rebel factions turkey france britain and persian gulf one the case have given their full endorsement for a foreign based opposition coalition pledging the more support from abroad in their fight against the government as the international community remains divided as to how to end the syrian crisis a key regional player iran is looking to play a greater role in resolving the conflict. reporting from. the conflict in syria sees no end but iran a key regional power and indicated syria is continuing and intensifying its efforts
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for a peaceful resolution to undermine their diplomatic mission to find north violent and to civil war on its doorstep there have been offered to host representatives from all sides of the fighting in syria at a closed door today gathering dubbed no to violence yes democracy took his request for an aid to missiles to be deployed on its border with syria drew the scorn of iran's foreign ministry was that all that would do is aggravate tensions across the whole region and violence has actually already intensified following the latest interventions from western and some arab diplomats when the syrian opposition formed the syrian national coalition as and see it quickly received recognition as legitimate voice of the people from the likes of britain and france which even back its conviction by confirming it would send one to help million dollars to get the new organization up. and running the dividing line inside syria had been played out and told why don't by the international community and its divided approach with no
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cause do nation the ordinary syrians caught up in the crossfire don't know where these ten apart from a hail of shells and bullets more international are to be reported from iran. there's plenty more news viewer online at r.t. dot com find out why there's one less witness in a high profile multi-million dollar money laundering case here in russia after the mysterious death of one exiled russian businessman who was expected to deliver key evidence to the investigation. into the stream and a billion dollar gas deal between ukraine and a spanish contract is up in the air with clueless as to who they've actually done business with. now u.n. court has acquitted cause of his former prime minister and two of his aides of war crimes for a second time. was facing charges of murdering and torturing served during the yugoslavia war at the end of the nine hundred ninety s.
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but was found not guilty due to a lack of evidence serbia's president has already slammed the acquittal saying the court bias is biased against his country to discuss to discuss this now we are joined live from belgrade by political analyst alexander. xander thank you for joining us firstly though kosovo is celebrating the verdict quite predictably but how has the news been greeted by the serbian people. one thing the serbian people voting because the whole admin and rose. corps. probably means their remotes and i think we might be a good laugh even serbia's paid for me with the quibbles nation coming out of vietnam appealing to be acquitted of the two proration generals. who might be operation that clan of two hundred fifty thousand people. in our region of croatia this just is pretty much open season on servers in the balkans then where ever
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committed crimes against children go totally unconscious hundreds. if we look at the list of names of people convicted by the un call for crimes during the will we see now high ranking costabile by an insanely serbian generals why do you think that is. because the tribunal was that our might be man he really what i'm going to call a world i mean the united states was the only country that really mattered in parallel with their own rules and a tribunal were critically designed to be much the interviewer serves to make sure that the servant declared the guilty party and all the war i grew to ninety and set off by a blast by the way western intervention military and diplomatic and there are probably. the legal recognition of the very. professional
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movement. republics of the former yugoslavia this is not a private bar and tribunal. i think a greater dream and we're going to have a chance to actually find its case and kind of remind general assembly's bangla that in fact being a tribunal was the way it was set up with again international law because the security council did not have the right. a tribunal all these generals general assembly so i think what about all your debating about legality encouraging them in giving a crimp in general. but on another point seven officials had a early warning that should how to. sponsor talks between for stina belgrade could be jeopardized do you expect serbia to act on this threat. but one thing is the. reaction of the crime government which is pretty much and created by the un and the
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us are they probably into doing what we're told they are trying to put our faith and our campaign in another public opinion is outrageous and. government going forward with the go ga chanel no nothing as sure to are you make. what's left of their popularity is just simply promised people revolvers and all it's opinion polls show that most people are against going to see you with the court of law and the. government is going to actually get the grain of a public opinion right now which will be which is now over there by the greater acquittal so it's somewhat of a so called pay are here and for being this group absolutely the right decision will read the ny times account. but as you say there is a lot of strong feeling that it was seen the way you expect this acquittal to
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affect the situation because as a on the republican relation to city after all many in cost of a cd form a prime minister as a unifying force that night and talk of his return to politics. where are you coming back. or a. moron to the president who is only. able to recall all of the. operational. operation we were going to war. who are. we going to. we're going to part of the. broader out. of the argument. or throw him off the road but there are
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a good many. you are wrong or. a colleague's and i thank you very much for your thoughts on the latest there as alexander povich life from belgrade. now let's take a look at some other international news a series of blasts targeting shiite muslims in iraq's southern cities have killed at least thirty one people and left dozens wounded a car bomb exploded in karbala which is being visited by thousands of shiite pilgrims during the holy month of march while twin explosions also occurred in the predominantly shia muslim city of hillah no group has yet claimed responsibility. wide reaching a pause into u.k. media stand this is to be published today amid fears it could give the green light for the tightening of press regulations the much anticipated document follows a yearlong inquiry into a phone hacking case against former tabloid paper the news of the world which led to charges against high ranking politicians executives and journalists the report
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is expected to include recommendations for reforming the press one of those leaders top commanders in north africa has warned again. as foreign intervention in mali u.n. secretary general ban ki moon has backed an african union proposal for military action against islamised in the north the country the operation would say more than three thousand troops sent to the embattled region various groups some with links to al qaida have been fighting for control would offer a power vacuum was created when the army overthrew the government in march. that coming up after this break of the martins breaking the set. wealthy british style. spot on the.
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to reenact an epic parade through paris. can they complete that triumphant. with people's admiration two hundred. forty will kill all week off lukewarm. the. parents versus social workers docu napping pm last stop giggling the land damn good manning children have become prizes to fight for why does the last threaten families of a social for if you see me in the form of they have a right of will hold many more faith in what they have any kind of suspicion about . will be more food of your children are often a just better at bringing up kids than their own mom and dad. from what we have an
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industry that is so. concentrated on the other for trade to go. that. far. if.
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here's mitt romney trying to figure out the name of that thing that the americans call. a dollar. i'm sorry i'm just a guy who cares an awful lot about my country you sir are a fool you know what that is my parents still. want to listen to feature stories on the on the liberal and the courage. to really look at the. pay was up guys i'm having mine so yesterday i mentioned that the international action monitors from the un watchdog group organization for security and
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cooperation in europe will be sending forty four delegations to monitor polling disputes during the upcoming november elections while i mention the outcry by a number of service figures i wasn't expecting this texas attorney general greg abbott treated the following he said my message to you and related poll watchers don't mess with texas elections and he's dead serious abbott has made a clear warning that any such observers in texas may face arrest now oh as c e observers replied in a statement yesterday saying that the threat of criminal sanctions against observers is unacceptable and indeed it is unacceptable maybe if the voting rights record in texas was in one tainted with a long history of attempts to disenfranchise voters mr abbott wouldn't have a problem with these observers our government goes to great lengths to ensure free and fair elections in other countries so there's no reason why we shouldn't allow the rest of the world to watch ours but if we did i guess that might expose the millions that are disenfranchised the rigging of voting machines are flawed
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electoral college. and the entire sham that is the us electoral system and that's why i'm breaking the set. one year ago today a police state reared its ugly head and my city of oakland california less than a month after the occupy oakland encampments began the oakland p.d. aggressively raided them without warning brutalizing and arresting dozens of occupiers now as terrifying as it was the thing that gave me the most hope was seeing how the community reacted thousands of all oakland residents peacefully marched in the streets to protest the aggression from the oakland p.d. check this out. that. the right.

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